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Author 'Lou feignassou' (Id 194746 ) : Always from the top of the Arc de TRiomphe and the end of the series, a fish-eye lens in the axis leading to the Defence ; Five avenues visible, from left to right : Victor Hugo, Foch, Great Army, Carnot, Mac Mahon (look for the intruder).



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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon D7000 | Objectif: Samyang 8 Mm F/3.5 Aspherical IF MC
Aperture: f/1.0 | Exposure time: 1/160 s | ISO: 500 | Focal: 0 mm (eq. 0 mm)| Metering: Pondération centrale (2)
Prog. expo.: Manuel (1) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Oui(15) | Date: 14/04/2013 16:56:12
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Arteries fluid: 7 Comment(s) | Very Good (4.36/5) | 1 Avis de visiteur
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> Kiki >Reply Sep 07, 2014
The photo is really well done and it gives me so much desire to return to Paris immediately !
 
> GAUDE J-M [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 27, 2013
Very beautiful realization that is both original and interesting, I like it very much, bravo. Jean-Mi.
 
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 27, 2013
Hat for the jack and work ! An aspect of Paris that we don't see every day...
 
> Manu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 25, 2013
A nice catch of Paris with these four major avenues well done bravo and thank you
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 24, 2013
On the sides and behind you, behind us, the non-visible, to close the loop : avenues Kléber, Marceau, Fields, Friedland, Hoche, and Wagram, it would be a last post on the topic ! I love the frieze in the foreground, which joins to the curved edge of the horizon. A very interesting, I had never really noticed the existence of these small squares in the end of the avenues, like a leitmotiv - the trees are still young - that delimit the place de l'etoile very aesthetic.
The avenue of the Great Army would have been able to be named avenue Napoleon 1. I thought of Hugo as a first time, but after some research, I am oriented to a different direction... Story of finding at any cost a trespasser Excellent shot.
 
 > Author Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 24, 2013
 
In fact I would have had to ' seek error ', this Paris, a little London, cars drive on the left and the hotel Concorde Lafayette has changed from pavement
 
 > Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 24, 2013
 
Elementary, my dear Watson. I confess not to have noticed that the cars were running to the left... however, the crossing of the Hyatt Regency hotel I had not escaped but finding this fact so incongruous, that I preferred to ignore it, thinking that I had vision disturbances
 
> D.marsim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 24, 2013
'Beautiful' panorama of these famous streets with the prestigious names (not found by looking at the map, the intruder).
 
> Kaenafelix [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply May 24, 2013
A great success that this panorama heightened by the fisheye... For the intruders... I don't know enough about Paris.
 
 > Author Lou feignassou [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
May 24, 2013
 
Thank you Judith, in fact I thought of Victor Hugo, because it is not linked to the military history, but I got stuck because Carnot (says the sadistic Arnaud relation to its blaze in full ) no no, I beat my breast.
 
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